Onion price hike disrupts lives

  • | Thursday | 5th December, 2019

Express News ServiceTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The skyrocketing prices of onions and shallots are likely to continue. The prices of these kitchen staples have touched Rs 130 and Rs 140 per kilogram, respectively overnight, burning a hole in the pockets of the public. When lenders demand the loaned money, we have no choice but to request them to take the unsold onions and shallots. A few vendors have even stopped selling onions because of the alarming prices which detract consumers. Rajan, a snack shop chef at East Fort, said that they have stopped making onion fritters (ulli vada) due to the price hike.

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